Producers are being called out for their lack of Asian actors in new movie, Cloud Atlas. Most Ambitious and Possibly Most Racially Insensitive “Cloud Atlas” is one of the most ambitious movies of 2012, and according to a new report from the Media Action Network for Asian Americans, it also might be […]
Hispanic advocates often tell the story of a Census Bureau worker who visits a Puerto Rican household in New York City’s East Harlem neighborhood.
It’s a hazy morning, and I’m standing outside a McDonald’s just a few yards from the U.S. border
One Sunday last fall, Bill Hybels, founder and senior pastor at the Willow Creek Community Church in Chicago’s northwest suburbs, was preaching on the logic and power of Jesus’ words “Love thine enemy.” As is his custom, Hybels was working a small semicircle of easels arrayed behind his lectern, reinforcing key phrases. Hybels’ preaching is economical, precise of tone and gesture.
A suburban Pennsylvania swim club accused of racism says it cannot afford to fight a lawsuit that may come from the club kicking out a largely minority daycare.